The Curse of Chalion's Plot Summary is less than half-done, but it's already gotten pretty long. I could trim it down somewhat by removing references to the merchant who did death magic, but much more than that will seriously cut into the meat of the story. I think the later part of the tale will go somewhat faster than the first part, because the infodump part will be reduced, but I haven't even touched the menagerie or Umegat and I'd definitely consider both of them to be crucial to any serious summary.
I figure the "Publisher's Summary" takes care of any need for a very-short summary, but there's a lot of variability available for how much should go into these.
So what do you think? Let it get long, or try to trim it further before it gets very long? (Granted it's easier to remove things than create them, so maybe long is better for a first try...)